Emiko takes campaign to Obodo, Omadino, ILOT

All Progressives Congress, APC Candidate for Warri South Constituency 1 in the March 9 Governorship/ Houses of


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Emiko takes campaign to Obodo, Omadino, ILOT
Prince Stanley Emiko (left) presenting a copy of his manifesto to Chief Edward Ekpoko, while Engr. Victor Wood observes

All Progressives Congress, APC Candidate for Warri South Constituency 1 in the March 9 Governorship/ Houses of Assembly elections, Prince Stanley Emiko has taken his campaign to Obodo and Omadino communities as well as the respected Itsekiri  Leaders of Thought, ILOT in order to seek their support.

 

Prince Emiko while addressing people of Omadino, promised to ensure that electricity supply and educational infrastructures in the community are improved upon.

                                                                                                                         

He pledged continuous consultation with the Itsekiri Leaders of Thought with a view to making effective use of their fatherly advice, especially on issues that affect Itsekiri Nation if elected.

 

Pa. Johnson Omagbemi (right) praying for Prince Stanley Emiko at Obodo Community

 

Chairman of ILOT, Chief Edward Ekpoko commended Prince Emiko “for being consistent in his party APC and for the victory of their Presidential Candidate and President of Nigeria for his success at the February 23 polls.

 

Our Senior Correspondent reports that prayers were offered by the Deputy Olare-Aja (2nd oldest man) of Obodo, Pa. Johnson Omagbemi, Mr. Temienor Asokasomi of Omadino, ILOT and President of Omadino Employment Development Association, OEDA, Mr. Francis Niro Omaro.

 

Mr. Francis Niro Omaro making a remark, while Prince Emiko & others listen

 

Cross Section of people of Obodo Community in Warri South LGA



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Celestine Chijoke Ukah
Senior Correspondent of Fresh Angle International. I have a Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism and have undertaken a training in Advance Writing and Reportorial Skills
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